2021 – SEA LEVEL RE-BOOT
By the year 2050, sea levels may rise with 26 cm. A fact difficult to fully grasp. As a reminder the limited edition boot comes with a measuring stick on the back. Our most iconic footwear — produced with a smaller footprint. Made of certified natural rubber and recycled materials in both sole and lining. Giving all proceeds to Sea Life Trust’s ’Lower the Rise’ project, to reduce the impact of climate change on the oceans.
2019 - ECO SNEAKERS
Tretorn reinvents iconic sneakers from the 60's, but with a cleaner footprint inte the spirit of Eco Essentials Initiative.
2018 – OCEAN-SHELL®
The unique fabric, Tretorn OCEAN-SHELL®, was launched in 2018 as our next invention within the Eco Essentials initiative. The OCEAN-SHELL® is a three layer fabric made from recycled PET-bottles collected from the ocean outside of Taiwan. The jacket is equipped with hydrophilic membrane also made from recycled PET from the ocean. Making the fabric a full circle renewable source adapted to be recycled again. The OCEAN-SHELL® fabric at the moment can be found in jackets like the Arch and Sphere jackets. This is a fabric created to innovate the future so you can count on finding it in Tretorn’s collections in many new creative ways from now on.
2018 - BIO PLANT
Tretorn and Naturkompaniet launch the third Eco Essentials project. A premium co-lab rain jacket, 100% degradable, eliminates fossil fuel usage with PLA from tapioca and sugar cane.
2017 - WORLD OCEAN CONFERENCE NEW YORK
Tretorn is selected and highlighted at UN’s World Ocean Conference as a benchmark company working towards climate goals.
2017 – GHOST NET PROJECT
Tretorn and Naturkompaniet launch the second Eco Essentials project. A limited co-lab collection made out of recycled fishing nets, collected to prevent ghost nets in our oceans.
2016 – LEFT OVER PROJECT
Tretorn launches the first Eco Essentials project – the Left Over Project Together with the Swedish outdoor retailer Naturkompaniet we launched a rain jacket collection inspired by natural ecosystems, where nothing should go to waste. We bought leftover fabrics from manufacturers and reused it by creating extremely limited edition collections.
2016 - ECO ESSENTIALS
In 2016 we celebrated 125 years in business, this made us rethink about the companies basic philosophy and what kind of products we want to make for the next 125 years. We have a long heritage of CSR and responsible manufacturing and as we face huge climate challenges we decided it was time to take even greater responsibility. To use our planets limited resources in a more innovative way we decided to start the Eco Essentials Initiative.